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What listeners are saying about WHPW:

. . . incredible variety of music. I listen to it all the time. WHPW Listener

With gratitude to your wonderful community radio station for downloading “Kickin’ It." R.H.

. . . Turned on the station in my car and heard Umo. Then I was just listening your comments about the best album lists and then into the people who want to go back to the past. It was heard at the right time. I just pulled over and sat in a parking lot and listened. thank[s] man J.R.

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Mop Tops & The King

An independent, weekly, one hour radio show featuring the music of The Beatles and Elvis Presley with some fun surprises in between.

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Still Worshiping "Together" with Neighbors

In a partnership between the Elijah Kellogg Congregational Church & West Harpswell Baptist Church in Harpswell, WHPW is continuing to broadcast "socially-distanced" church services on 97.3 FM.

The parking lot at the Kellogg church is set up for social distancing between cars and attendees are able to hear the sermons through their car radios on WHPW. Folks can also listen to the service from their own homes by tuning their radios to WHPW 97.3.

Thanks to board member Daniel Moore and engineer Howard Yanik for putting together all the necessary connectivity to make this broadcast continue to be possible - and thanks to Pastor John Carson of Kellogg Church for reaching out to WHPW.

Don't forget - if you are short on time to volunteer or produce a show, but have some extra cash that you don't know what to do with a donation of any size is a great way to support local radio.